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Ancient hills discovered in southeastern Iran

Ancient hills discovered in southeastern Iran

Archaeologists from the University of Tübingen (Germany) and the Research Center for Cultural Heritage and Tourism have discovered 42 ancient hills near the city of Farayab, in southwestern Iran's Kerman province. The leader of the team of Iranian archaeologists, Nader Alidad-Soleimani, has stated that: "The hills, which are spread over an area of ​​8000 kilometers, are dated to the period between the pre-Neolithic and the Islamic eras," as reported by Iran Daily.

Curiosities about sex in the Middle Ages

Curiosities about sex in the Middle Ages

Historians have conducted various investigations to understand and study sexual behavior in the Middle Ages. His research reveals some curiosities of the time that are not wasted, such as courtship, common places to practice sex or the spicy popular stories that were heard at that time.

Clay tablets explain what life was like for Jewish exiles in Babylon

Clay tablets explain what life was like for Jewish exiles in Babylon

There is nothing more comforting for lovers of history and archeology than to look out on the Internet balcony and discover the infinity of news that comes from different parts of the planet that help us understand many details about the way of life of many people, details about different objects and prints that can shed more light on something than previously believed.

40 years of Spanish archaeological photography at the MNAR

40 years of Spanish archaeological photography at the MNAR

The National Museum of Roman Art presents the exhibition «José Latova. 40 years of Spanish archaeological photography «, organized by the Regional Archaeological Museum of Madrid, which after returning to the National Archaeological Museum arrives in Mérida. The exhibition raises a reflection on the role of archaeological photography and its development in Spain as one the most effective means of documentation of the last forty years.

They find a new great chamber in the Pyramid of Cheops

They find a new great chamber in the Pyramid of Cheops

A new chamber the size of an airplane has been discovered in the middle of the Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt, which has remained secret and untouched for the last 4,500 years, scientists revealed yesterday. This new space is one of four cavities. discovered so far, along with the King, Queen and Grand Gallery chambers.

The bones found in Nikumaroro would belong to Amelia Earhart

The bones found in Nikumaroro would belong to Amelia Earhart

Bone analysis carried out on the remains found on a remote island in the South Pacific show that they most likely belong to the legendary American pilot Amelia Earhart, who disappeared in 1937 near the island of Nikumaroro when flying over the Pacific Ocean.Richard Jantz, Professor Emeritus Professor of Anthropology and Director Emeritus of the Center for Forensic Anthropology at the University of Tennessee, re-examined seven bone measurements taken in 1940 by Dr.